Implementation Workshops

Implementation Workshops - Virtual

Join us for our monthly 2021-22 Implementation Workshops.

ALL educators are welcome!

Neural Ed champions will be facilitating these workshops, connecting neuroscience to teaching and learning in ways that will be applicable to your everyday practice as a neural educator.

"This class provides the why and the how of making changes in both the learning and behavior systems that need to be changed. I am so excited and hopeful for those changes, and grateful that I can be part of making those changes.”

Kate Larocque, 5th Grade teacher - Bellingham, WA

Overview

Each month we will explore a relevant and timely topic through presentations, as well as, intentional collaboration on current pedagogical practices participants are utilizing.  The goal of each Implementation Workshop is to increase our application of neuroscience in teaching and learning by strengthening our neural lens and applying our adaptive expertise.  By participating you will:

  • learn classroom implementation strategies
  • be clock hour eligible (3 per workshop)
  • ​connect with like-minded educators

Only $65 per session!

50% off scholarships available for those individuals paying themselves.  Click here for scholarship form.

  I appreciate learning about the brain in a way that a) makes sense to me as someone with little science language, b) applies so immediately to my life and my family, and c) allows me to take a new lens back to my school and my teachers.

Carrie Howell

                                                                       

Instructional Coach, Kent, WA

Details

  • Dates & REgistration
  • What to Expect
  • how to prepare
  • Clock Hours

Technology

We use technology to create a face-to-face supportive professional learning community:

  • Have access to a computer that has a camera and microphone
  • Have access to a strong internet connection

Environment

The environment you are in will make a difference in both your experience and that of others:

  • Have a quiet environment
  • Remove distractions

Preparation

Be prepared ahead of time!

  • Login five minutes before the start to ensure that your technology works
  • Print off the Challenge Mosaic and have it ready for the discussion.
  • Review the topic

What You Can Do After...


Usage/Access

Single Course

PD Events

Implement

Workshops 

Completed Basic Institute

Completed Adv Institute

Certified Champion

Challenge Mosaic Model in Classroom

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Content Ideas Integrated into Teaching

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"Flipped" 

Resources

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Access to Alumni Resources

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Use of Presentations and/or Slides

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Training 

Others

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Paid 

Presenter

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Paid School Consulting


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